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The Power Is Now Interview with Teresa Palacios Smith

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Teresa Palacios Smith is Vice President of Business Development and Cultural Initiatives for Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Georgia Properties.  Teresa is responsible for business development and corporate marketing of Relocation Services, HUD and REO properties, International & Rental Services and Affinity Marketing Programs.  
Teresa has an extensive background in sales and marketing.  A graduate of Mississippi State University, she received a BA in Broadcasting and Public Relations.  Teresa has over 20 years of experience in the real estate industry and holds an active Georgia real estate license and is also licensed as a buyer’s agent.  The daughter of Hispanic (Colombia, SA) immigrants, Teresa has traveled extensively and is fluent in Spanish. Raised in the heart of the South, Teresa has a strong commitment to traditional values, family, service and southern hospitality.
Teresa is a frequent speaker and writer on topics such as Minority Buying, Rental Assistance, Relocation Trends, International Relocation, First Time Home Buying, Successfully Selling HUD Homes and Strategies for Selling Your Home.  She has conducted several workshops on these topics and has been published in numerous magazines.  
Teresa is President of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP) which is one of the largest minority associations in the country with over 20,000 members. She was one of the founding members of the NAHREP Atlanta Chapter which was formed in 2005. Teresa is ranked nationally as one of the top Latina Real Estate Agents in the country by the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP) as published in the most recent release of NAHREP’s “TOP 250” list.  She has been named by the Atlanta Tribune Magazine as one of Atlanta’s “Superwomen” for her leadership and advocacy in the Hispanic community.